I wish to apply for the L-1 visa. Currently I am partner in a firm overseas in Pakistan with 49 % shares, the other two partners have 49 % and 2 % shares each.
Does this shareholding genuinely show that I am an employee in company and can quality for the initial 3 year I - 129 visa ?
I have heard that if I am majority or highest shareholding then I will be considered a business owner rather than employee in which case the initial I-129 visa will be for 1 year.
Please clarify only this point regarding allowed stake in firm for I 129 visa .. thanks
2 Answers from Attorneys
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Your role within the company will determine eligibility, however coming to start a new company will usually result in an initial one year grant.
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